Immersive Sight Within the Third Space by Jeremy Hight

Posted by NeMe | Sun May 6th 2007 3 a.m.

NeMe (www.neme.org) has published Jeremy Hight's text "Immersive Sight Within the Third Space: Augmentation and Spatial Interface in exhibition space"

Hight writes:

"Our field of vision is a continual, multi-tiered number crunching. Bicameral sight is always being processed , interpreted, reacted to, adjusted for focus, comparisons made. It simply is always running as an immersive, multi layered interaction of information and movement in a space.
The logical progression of virtual reality is into augmented reality with smaller lenses and data fit more discreetly and logically layered into one's natural field of vision."

Read the complete text on

http://neme.org/main/645/immersive-sight

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